NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #241 ~ 09-26-20]

Pictured: U-Roy.

‘It was in 1969, around the time reggae was starting to hit big, and Tubby’s dance was ram. There was a buzz of excitement – like expectation – because word had got round all week that Tubby’s was going to do something special that night. Although nobody knew what it was going to be, Tubby’s sound was so innovative you knew it was going to be spectacular. He had four dub plates he’d made from Treasure Isle rocksteady tunes, and this is at a time when you never have the rhythm on the record itself – no dub or version yet, A- and B-sides were both straight vocal.

‘But Tubby did it quietly. Him and U-Roy start the dance off as normal, and after a while he play “You Don’t Care for Me at All” by the Techniques, then when he lift it up to start it back from the beginning again he’d switched it to the dub version, and after a couple of lines of the original all the crowd could hear was pure riddim, then U-Roy come in toasting, and they went nuts. He had four dub plates, and for the rest of the night it must have been just them he play.’

— Dennis Alcapone, as quoted in Lloyd Bradley’s Bass Culture.

 

Another Saturday whizzes past, and to those who spent it at the Purple Bat Lounge, barely a wisp of memory remains. You may be working with the same (thoroughly enjoyable) disadvantages as did the bar’s patrons, but now you have access to the evening itself. No amount of THC accumulated in your bone marrow is going to wipe out the mp3 documenting this momentous occasion. Just click immediately below to listen and/or download an experience like no other. Go on, BE THERE NOW…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 241 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The O’Jays — “992 Arguments” — Back Stabbers

African Brothers Band — “Ngyegye No So” — Nigeria 70 Vol.2

The Mysterions — “Jerico Rock” — The Surf Creature

Ismael Quinones — “Control” — Freak Off: Latin Breakbeats, Basslines & Boogaloo

Johnny Talbot and Band — “Do The Broken Hip” — In 45rpm

Walid Gholmieh — “Ya Khadra” — Libyan Folk Dances

Felix & His Guitar With the Hot Peppers — “Two Tacos” — Frolic Diner Vol.2

U-Roy — “You Keep On Running” — With A Flick Of My Musical Wrist: Jamaican DJ Music 1970-73

IT’S MADISON TIME…          

                              

Jeff Simmons — “Ride Into Vegas” — Naked Angels OST

THE SECOND SET

Francis Kingsley & Emitais — “Assalam Aleikoum Africa” — Assalam Aleikoum Africa Vol.1

Big John & The Buzzards — “You’re Cash Ain’t Nothin’ But Trash” — The OKeh Rhythm & Blues Story 1949-1957

Beny Moré Con Perez Prado Y Su Orquesta — “Anabacoa” — La Epoca De Oro

The Cirkit — “Yesterday We Laughed” — Quagmire Vol.2: Sixties Punk In The USA!

King Tubby — “Double Cross” — Dub From The Roots

Bill Allen & The Backbeats — “Please Give Me Something” — The Roots Of Psychobilly

Boo And The Tru-Tones — “Don’t Blame This Joint” — Show The World

Roy Head — “She’s About A Mover” — Strange Breaks & Mr. Thing II

J. Minhat & The Singlap Boys — “Jangan Jemu” — Psyche Oh! A Go Go: Lost Gems Of Malaysia/Singapura Pop Music ’64-’74

THE THIRD SET

Vic Pitts And The Cheaters — “Thank You” — The Lost Tapes

Dérobé Dance Band — “Gogoplata” — Secret Stash 45rpm

The Stooges — “Real Cool Time” — The Stooges

Issa El Saieh And His Orchestra — “Carolina Cao” — Haitian Dance Bands Vol. 1 1949-1960: Meringue, Biguine And Voodoo Folk From Haiti

The Fleshtones — “Cara- Lin” — Blast Off!!! [Bonus EP]

Lisandro Meza — “El Pasito Tun Tun’ — Rey Sabanero Del Acordeon: Folclor Costeño De Colombia

The Sweet Things — “I’m In A World Of Trouble” — The Northern Soul Story Vol.2: The Golden Torch

Tommy McCook — “Winter World Of Love Jumpers” — Instrumental

THE FINAL SET

Tim Buckley — “Move With Me” — Greetings From L.A.

Ennio Morricone — “L’ultimo” — More Mondo Morricone

Suicide — “Girl” — Suicide

Pamelo Mounk’a — “Ca ne se prete pas” — No. 1 Africain

Television — “In World” — Television

Kwanjai Kalasin Yuk Patina — “Chabapai Namwa (Love The Man I Could Never Have)” — Molam: Thai Country Groove From Isan Vol.1

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Norrie Paramour — “Cherry Blossoms” — The New Exotic Sounds

 

NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #240 ~ 09-19-20]

Pictured: Jimmy Bryant (l.) & Speedy West.

OK, it’s been one of THOSE weeks. Which is why you’re only seeing the post for last Saturday’s episode of NCIP today, nearly in time for this coming Saturday’s show. Better late than…yada, yada. Still, good things come to those who wait and this one is a pleasure-seeking missile, destined for your house. Lee-Roy & Reeshard spent the past Saturday evening disturbing the peace with all the resources at their disposal, paramount among the latter being 3 dozen tunes designed to soundtrack any and all ill-considered decisions. So, click just down there, spark up and get ready to murder two unrecoverable hours in grand style. We wouldn’t have it any other way…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 240 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

French Connection — “Monte Carlo” — MFSB: Mutha Funkin Sonofabitch – The Truth Behind The Philly Legend

Buari — “Ku Ka Maria” — Buari

The Revelairs — “Theme From Black Saddle” — Rare Surf Vol. 2: The South Bay Bands

Grazia — “Soyle Beni” — Saz Beat: Turkish Rock, Funk, And Psychedelic Music Of The 1960s And 1970s

Little Ray — “You Can’t Hurt Me” — Jookin’ Vol. 6

Omar Khorshid — “Raksat El Kheyl (Dance of the Horses)” — Guitar El Chark

Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant — “Opus 1” — Swingin’ on the Strings: The Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant Collection, Vol. 2

Third World All Stars — “Black Moon” — Rebel Rock

The Sparkles — “Hipsville 29 B.C. (I Need Help)” — Born Bad Vol. 6

IT’S MADISON TIME…                                

The Fabulous Playboys — “Honky Tonk Woman” — Whip! Wobble & Grind! 1962-1964

THE SECOND SET

Don Bruce And The Angels — “Kinuye” — Nigeria 70 Vol. 4: No Wahala – Highlife, Afro-Funk & Juju 1973-1987

The Only Ones — “The Happy Pilgrim” — Baby’s Got A Gun

Sinn Sisamouth — “Phneit Oun Mean Evey (What Are Your Eyes Made Of?)” — Cambodian Rocks

Jimmy Gilford — “Misery Street” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Vol. 4

The Lebron Brothers — “Vacilon” — The Brooklyn Bums

Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band — “Suzy Murder Wrist” — Brown Star Sessions ’72

Amor Indio — “Amor Indio” — Chicha For The Jet Set

The Party Rockers — “House Party” — Las Vegas Grind! Vol. 3

Lynn Taitt & The Jets — “Intensified ’68” — Glad Sounds

THE THIRD SET

John Otway & Wild Willy Barrett — “Really Free” — John Otway & Wild Willy Barrett

Pat Thomas — “Yesu San Bra” — The Rough Guide to African Disco

The 5 Keys — “Do The Cha Cha Cherry” — King 45rpm

Ti L’Afrique — “Soul Sock Séga” — Soul Sok Séga: Séga Sounds from Mauritius 1973-1979

Parliament — “Flash Light” — Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome

Jah Lloyd — “Time Of Weeping” — Trod Along                             

Hasil Adkins — “Chicken Walk” — Out To Hunch

A.Rahman Hassan & Orkes Nirwana — “Syurga Idaman” — Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia 1964-1970: Vol. 1

THE FINAL SET

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles — “Shop Around” — Mod: The Early Years Vol. 1

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou — “Nou De Ma Vo Do” — The Vodoun Effect: Funk And Sato From Benin’s Obscure Labels 1972-1975

Gram Parsons & The Flying Burrito Brothers — “Sweet Mental Revenge” — Gram Parsons Archives Vol. 1: Live At The Avalon Ballroom April 4th, 1969

Perez Prado — “Mamma A Go Go” — Concierto Para Bongo

John Cale — “Paris 1919” — Paris 1919

Tam Tam 2000 — “Melhor Futuro” — Synthesize The Soul: Astro-Atlantic Hypnotica From The Cape Verde Islands 1973-1988

Boss-Tones — “Mope-Itty Mope” — Boss 45prm

Los Destellos — “Para Elisa” — The Roots Of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru

LORD BUCKLEYS WEEKLY BENEDICTION….

Sly & Robbie & Derrick — “Reggae Strings” — Rasta Movement 12″ 45rpm

NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #239 ~ 09-05-20]

Pictured: Tapper Zukie.

The deep rhythmic bass of reggae combined with the effects of smoking large quantities of ganja—particularly the herb’s tendencies to enhance one’s appreciation of tonal resonance and to distort one’s perception of time—when mixed together in primitive recording studios, begat dub. It was the custom within the Jamaican music industry to fill out the flip-sides of 45rpm singles with instrumental versions of the song featured on the A side and, under the creative influence of cannabis, record producers such as Lee Perry started twiddling their knobs idiosyncratically, dropping out the treble and pumping up the bass, cutting up the vocal track and adding masses of reverb to haunting phrases that echo through the mix. No other music sounds more like the way it feels to be stoned.

— Russell Cronin, quoted in Dub: Soundscapes and Shattered Songs (Michael E. Veal)

Refreshed from a fortnight at the beach, house DJ’s Reeshard & Lee-Roy return to the Purple Bat Lounge to find …nothing so different as all that. It’s hotter than when they left, making the bar’s Outdoor Patio™ that much more inviting to co-host Lee-Roy. Despite the oppressive temperature — will they never fix the A/C in this place? — three dozen great tunes played and nothing much else happened at all. Find out for yourself, by clicking down there…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 239 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Ohio Players — “Fire” — Fire

Roger Damawuzan — “Wait For Me” — African Scream Contest

Kenny & The Fiends — “Moonshot” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 3: Cheater Stomp!

The Tennors — “Ride Me Donkey” — Rocksteady Soul: The Original Cool Sound Of Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle

Dave C. and His Sharptones — “Black Pepper” — Dollee 45rpm

Sexteto Miramar — “Yo Vine Pa’ Goza’” — Dj Bongohead Presents…Big Box Of Afrosound

Reigning Sound — “Let Yourself Go” — Too Much Guitar

Malavoi — “Ginette Démarré Moin” — Mano Césaire Et La Formation Malavoi (La Naissance De La World Music Antillaise En 1969)

IT’S MADISON TIME…                                    

The Mike Cotton Sound — “Like That” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Son Of P.M. — “James Bond Theme” — Thai Beat A Go Go Vol. 1: Groovy 60’s Sounds from the Land of Smile!

Lue Cazz — “The Walk” — Greasy Rock’N’Roll Vol. 1

King Tubby — “I Trim the Barber” — King Tubby’s Special: 1973-1976

Iggy & The Stooges — “Little Electric Chair” — Skull Ring

Los Wembler’s De Iquitos — “Sonido Amazonico” — La Danza Del Petrolero

Eddy Bailes & The Cadillacs — “Dark Side Of The Moon” — You’re Not From Around Here OST

Les Gypsies de Pétionville — “Francine” — Tanbou Toujou Lou: Meringue, Kompa Kreyol, Vodou Jazz, & Electric Folklore from Haiti 1960-1981

Bunker Hill (w. Link Wray) — “The Girl Can’t Dance” — Lookey Dookey!

Mdou Moctar — “Chet Boghassa” — AfelanThe Only Ones — “Lovers Of Today” — Vengeance 45rpm

THE THIRD SET

K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas — “Awisa” — K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas

Fire Escape — “Love Special Delivery” — Mindrocker Vol. 01

Canario Y Su Grupo (con Raful) — “Cortaron A Elena” — ¡Saoco! The Bomba And Plena Explosion In Puerto Rico 1954-1966

The Who — “Whiskey Man [Mono]” — A Quick One

Nisar Bazmi & Runa Laila — “Oh My Darling” — Disco Dildar

Maximilian — “The Snake” — Let’s Soul Dance: Black Dance Crazes 1957-1962

Tappa Zukie — “Beautiful Dub” — Tappa Zukie In Dub

George Clinton with Parliaments / Funkadelic — “Look At What I Almost Missed” — The Singles 1967-1971

THE FINAL SET

The Pretty Things — “Dream / Joey” — Silk Torpedo

Orchestre Bantous-Jazz — “Emilie Wa” — Compilation Musique Congolaise 1962-1973

The Modern Lovers — “Modern World” — The Modern Lovers

Frankie Nieves — “The Four Corners” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 2

The Coasters — “Poison Ivy” — 50 Coastin’ Classics

Errol Brown & the Sky Nations — “Revelation Of Dub” — Medley Dub

Livin’ End — “Makin’ Time” — Garage Beat ’66 Vol. 7: That’s How It Will Be!

LORD BUCKLEY’S WEEKLY BENEDICTION….

Jah Wobble — “Fading” — Jah 12″ 45rpm

NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #238 ~ 08-15-20]

Pictured: Kevin Ayers.

Pan is also the source of Peter Pan, the ‘Wild Boy’ of J. M. Barrie’s story who never grows up (and who onstage is always played by an androgynous young woman). In the sixties, a new type of young British man emerged, characterised by the refusal of mature manhood and the embrace of pursuits conventionally deemed feminine. [Marc] Bolan and [Syd] Barrett belonged to this new breed of ‘soft males’, alongside other late-sixties underground figures like Kevin Ayers and Robert Wyatt of The Soft Machine. This was the first generation since before the forties not to go through the ‘character-building’ rigours of military service. (National Service had been discontinued by the start of 1961.) The ‘soft males’ were also part of the first generation of sons to benefit from permissive child-rearing practices, which for some meant never fully breaking away from their indulgent mothers and identifying with the patriarchal order.

— Simon Reynolds, Shock and Awe

Well, this week management at the Purple Bat Lounge finally saw fit to reopen the bar’s Outdoor Patio™. Which really isn’t a patio, more like some folding chairs set up — at appropriate distance, mind — around the trash cans in the alley. Could co-host Lee-Roy be happier? Hard to imagine. Though you could try to imagine, while listening to many fantastic tunes, simply by clicking immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 238 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Archie Bell & The Drells — “The Soul City Walk” — Philadelphia International Records: 40th Anniversary

Afro Train — “Tumba Safari” — Akwaba Abidjan: Afrofunk in 1970s Ivory Coast

The Premieres — “Firewater” — Mad Mike Monsters: A Tribute To Mad Mike Petrovich Vol. 3

The Exciters — “Exciters Theme” — Panama!: Latin, Calypso and Funk On the Isthmus

The Action — “Never Ever” — Keep On Holding On

St. Vincent’s Latinaires — “Hot Pants I’m Comin’” — Good God! Heavy Funk Covers of James Brown From All Over The World 1968-1974

Johnny & The Hurricanes — “Happy Time” — The Definitive Collection 1959-1965

The Jokers — “El Cumbanchero” — Guitar Mood

IT’S MADISON TIME…       

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Carmela Altobelli — “Psychedelic Movement” — Mondo Girls: 20 Floorshaking Soul/R ‘n’ Beat Gems From The 60’s

THE SECOND SET

Joss Henry — “Apollo Pop 76” — Moris Zekler: Fuzz & Soul Sega From 70’s Mauritius

Martha & The Vandellas — “(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave” — Hitsville U.S.A.: The Motown Singles Collection

Laurel Aitken — “Voodoo Woman” — Mambo 43: Leavin’ Here

The Delicates — “Black And White Thunderbird” — Will You Love Me Tomorrow: The Girl Groups Of The 50’s & 60’s

Dur Dur Band Feat. Sahra Dawo — “Gorof (Elixir)” — Sweet As Broken Dates : Lost Somali Tapes From The Horn Of Africa

Calvin Boze And His All-Stars — “Slippin’ And Slidin’” — Havin’ A Ball

C.K. Mann & His Carousel 7 — “Do Me Ma Mondo Wo Bi” — Funky Highlife

The Contours — “Whole Lotta Woman” — Sound Of Detroit 1: Original Gems From The Motown Vaults

THE THIRD SET

White Lightnin’ — “Joke’s on You” — White Lightnin’

Arthur Sterling & Puncho Band — “Ain’t That Right” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 4

The Pop Group — “She Is Beyond Good and Evil” — Y [Definitive Edition]

Ja-Man All Stars — “Dread Nut Chalice” — In The Dub Zone

Jr. Walker & The All Stars — “Dancin’ Like They Do On Soul Train” — Soul 45rpm

Banyen Sriwongsa — “Lam Plearn Kon Baa Huay” — The Sound of Siam 2: Molam & Luk Thung Isan from North-East Thailand 1970-1982

Andre Williams & The Lancers — “Jivin’ Around” — Movin’ On With… Andre Williams: Greasy And Explicit Soul Movers 1956-1970

Los Crazy Kings — “Crazy Kings” — Desperate Rock ‘N’ Roll Vol. 16

THE FINAL SET

Kevin Ayers (w. Syd Barrett) — “Religious Experience (Singing A Song In The Morning)” — Joy Of A Toy

Le Grand Kalle — “La Vida Africa” — Congo: Rumba On The River

The Velvet Underground — “Run Run Run (Mono Version)” — The Velvet Underground & Nico (Deluxe Edition)

Joe Gibbs & The Professionals — “Chapter Three” — African Dub All-Mighty Chapter 3

Link Wray And The Raymen — “Run Boy Run” — Mr. Guitar

Charanjit Singh — “Yeh Dosti – Transicord (Sholay)” — Instrumental Film-Tunes

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801 — “T.N.K. (Tomorrow Never Knows)” — Live

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #237 ~ 08-08-20]

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Pictured: Pamelo Mounk’a.

Samantha came out at the end of the year, a brilliant green double-fold package that pictured Pamelo waving from the driver’s seat of a fancy car and proclaimed him ‘No.1.’ The music seconded the notion. Pamelo had returned with a head full of gentle melodies and he voiced them with unwavering aplomb. “She’s only my secretary” (“Ce N’est Que Ma Secretaire”), he pleads in the face of rumors of another woman in his life. “Don’t be jealous / You are my love.”

 

— Gary Stewart, Rumba On The River.

 

The local heat wave continued unabated, making management’s refusal to reopen The Outdoor Patio™ at the Purple Bat Lounge all the more galling. No one felt this injustice more than co-host Lee-Roy, a once-proud pit bull now reduced to extending his paw as bartender LaWanda shut the beer cooler, thus ensuring that the latter appliance’s door would remain partly open and offer some faint measure of respite. The tunes flowed regardless of personal discomfort, as the brindled selector and his co-host Reeshard soothed the collective savage breast with music delivered at lease-breaking volume. Which you at home can adjust to taste – or legal needs – after clicking immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 237 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Intruders — “Win Place or Show (She’s A Winner)” — Philadelphia International Records: 40th Anniversary

Voices Of Darkness — “Mota Ginya” — Nigeria Disco Funk Special: The Sound Of The Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-79

Thom Starr & The Galaxies — “Heatwave” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 3: Cheater Stomp!

The Upsetters — “Taste Of Killing” — Clint Eastwood

Hasil Adkins — “The Slop” — Peanut Butter Rock and Roll

Kishore Kumar — “Eena Meena Deeka” — Jim Jam Gems Vol. 4: Bongology!

Joe Brown & His Kool Kats — “Leroy Sent Me” — Stompin’ 24 (More Early Jump!)

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Harley Hatcher — “The Chase Is On” — Savage Pencil presents Angel Dust: Music For Movie Bikers

THE SECOND SET

T. Rex — “The Motivator” — Electric Warrior

Salum Abdallah & Cuban Marimba — “Ngoma Iko Huku” — Ngoma Iko Huku: Vintage Tanzanian Dance Music 1955-65

The Belfast Gypsies — “People, Let’s Freak Out” — Bo Did It Vol. 9

Pepe Fernandez & Orchestra — “Having Fun” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 4

Howlin’ Wolf — “Do The Do” — Out For Kicks 3

Los Wembler’s De Iquitos — “Carapira” — La Danza Del Petrolero

Andre Williams — “Mean Jean” — Cough Syrup for Elvis Impersonators

Sharhabil Ahmed — “Zulum Aldunya” — The King Of Sudanese Jazz

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band — “Obeah Man (1966 Demo)” — Grow Fins [Rarities 1965-1982]

THE THIRD SET

Icebreakers/The Diamonds — “Two Brothers” — Planet Mars Dub

The Litter — “Action Woman” — Nuggets I: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era

Chacalón Y La Nueva Crema — “Sufrir Llorar Para Que” — Grandes Éxitos 1976-1981

Rodger Collins — “She’s Looking Good” — Soulin’ Vol. 3

Sir Victor Uwaifo & His Melody Maestros — “Akayan Ekassa” — Nigeria 70: The Definitive Story of 1970’s Funky Lagos

Mickey & The Soul Generation — “Football” — Iron Leg: The Complete Mickey & The Soul Generation

Unknown Artist — “(Unknown Title)” — Cambodian Swing Machine

The Stallions — “Why” — Hey Baby It’s The Stallions

Samuel Bélay — “Lèbèné Sheweshew” — Ethiopiques 24: Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music 1969-1975

THE FINAL SET

Abba — “Knowing Me, Knowing You” — Arrival

Pamelo Mounk’a — “Samantha, Trésor Hindou” — Samantha

Curtis Knight — “The Devil Made Me Do It” — Chains & Black Exhaust

Linval Thompson — “Jamaican Colley (Version)” — I Love Marijuana

Nathaniel Mayer — “I Don’t Want No Bald Headed Woman Telling Me What To Do” — I Still Hate CD’s: Norton Records 45 RPM Singles Collection

Kamal Ahmed & Nahid Akhtar — “O Piya Piya Piya Ho” — Disco Dildar

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Ennio Morricone — “Lontano (Arrangiamento 1974)” — Dio e Con Noi OST

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #236 ~ 08-01-20]

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Pictured: The Ohio Players & friend.

The new sound was born sometime in the mid-1890s, in the working-class black clubs and honky-tonks near the poor Uptown neighborhood soon to be known as Black Storyville. You could hear it in the venues on and around South Rampart Street—at Dago Tony’s, the Red Onion, Odd Fellows Hall—or farther afield in the “Negro dives” on the other side of Canal. For a time, the music was known only to those who flocked to such places, the so-called ratty people — “the good-time, earthy people,” as one musician of the day defined them. But before too long, the new sound was also being heard in parks, on street corners, in dance halls, and in places well beyond the confines of the city’s destitute black neighborhoods. And that, naturally, was when the trouble started.

— Gary Krist, Empire Of Sin

So, potential listener: Have you turned up for the archive of this past Saturday’s broadcast from the Purple Bat Lounge expecting a radical departure from codified podcast fare? The sound of two driven souls boldly shattering the formal constraints of online music presentation? Sorry to disappoint you. It’s the same old crap…BUT, you can dance to it. Hear for yourself, simply by clicking just a few pixels south of here… 

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 236 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Ohio Players — “Love Rollercoaster” — Honey

Rock Town Express — “Tell Me My Life” — Rock Town Express

Los Holys — “Melodia Encanta” — Sleazy Surf! Vol. 2

Dave Barker — “Prisoner Of Love” — Clint Eastwood

Lil’ Bob — “I Got Loaded” — Souvenirs Of The Soul Clap Vol. 1: Jonathan Toubin’s New York Night Train

Chacalón Y La Nueva Crema — “Ven Mi Amor” — Grandes Éxitos 1976-1981

Roosevelt Fountain — “Red Pepper” — Mod: The Early Years Vol. 2

Erol Büyükburç — “Hop Dedik” — Love, Peace & Poetry: Turkish Psychedelic Music

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Davie Allan And The Arrows — “The Stompers And The Souls” — Savage Pencil presents Angel Dust: Music For Movie Bikers

THE SECOND SET

Satellite Band — “Party At Vern’s” — The Music City Story

Orquestra Harlow — “La Contraria” — Orchestra Harlow Presenta A Ismael Miranda

Link Cromwell — “Crazy Like a Fox” — Ork Records: New York, New York

Matata — “I Feel Funky (Alterative Version)” — Air Fiesta

Cupit — “Squeeze Your Knees” — MFSB: Mutha Funkin Sonofabitch: The Truth Behind The Philly Legend

Malavoi — “Ti Nain L’en Morue” — Souvenirs Créoles Celini, Vol. 2 (1964-1978)

Ritchie & The Squires — “Beat Party” — Las Vegas Grind! Vol. 5

A. Halim & De’fictions — “Kembali Lagi” — Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia 1964-1970 Vol. 1

Al Casey With The K-C-Ettes — “Guitars, Guitars, Guitars” — Girls With Guitars

Joe Gibbs & The Professionals — “Fashion ‘One’” — African Dub All-Mighty Chapter 4

THE THIRD SET

Roxy Music — “Street Life” — Stranded

Roong Petch Laem Sing — “Kob Kanong Fon” — Siamese Soul: Thai Pop Spectacular Vol. 2

James Brown — “The Popcorn” — Soul Pride: The Instrumentals 1960-1969

Tala A.M. — “Arabica” — African Funk Experimentals 1975-1978

Eddie Warner — “K.O.” — Alexis Le-Tan & Jess Presents Studio Ganaro: Space Oddities (1972-1982)

Nahid Akhtar — “Aisi Chalo Na Chaal Ke Dil Mera” — I Am Black Beauty

Family — “Stop For The Traffic – Through The Heart Of Me” — A Song For Me

Omar Khorshid — “Wadil Muluk (Valley of the Kings)” — Guitar El Chark

101 Strings — “Space Odyssey” — Astro-Sounds From Beyond The Year 2000

THE FINAL SET

Exuma — “Exuma, The Obeah Man” — Exuma

Les Fleurs De Lys — “Circles” — Immediate Mod Box Set

Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries — “Melodious Dub” — Dub Expression

Ahab & The Wailers — “Neb’s Tune” — Highly Strung: Vol. 1 – British 60’s Instrumentals

Sonopop — “Vanguardia Y Jeventud” — Si Para Usted Vol. 2: The Funky Beats Of Revolutionary Cuba

The Slits — “Earthbeat” — Return Of The Giant Slits

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Ennio Morricone — “A Lidia (Finale)” — Scusi, Facciamo l’Amore? OST

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #235 ~ 07-18-20]

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Pictured: Gram Parsons.

The service was impersonal and cold; it seemed the priest knew nothing about Clarence. His friends questioned whether Clarence would have even wanted a religious burial. The mood at the graveside was somber and confused. The musicians stood by the grave, packed shoulder to shoulder, looking at one another. No one thought Clarence was being given a proper send-off, but no one knew how to respond.

Suddenly, Gram opened his mouth and began to sing “Farther Along”…

The moment crystallized why Gram Parsons is a legendary figure and should be. Grief-stricken, irritated by the priest, heartbroken over Clarence White’s death, and loaded on pills, liquor, and likely heroin, Gram remained the one person at the grave who knew how to illuminate that precious moment. When all around him were paralyzed—and when all were likely far more competent in day-to-day problem-solving than Gram—Gram alone understood what the soul of the moment required. He understood the poetry necessary to deal with the pain. With his own profound connection to grief and loss, Gram understood how to grant the assembled throng catharsis, and Clarence White release.

— David N. Meyer, Twenty Thousand Roads.

Here’s last Saturday’s episode of No Condition Is Permanent, far livelier than the service described above, no less dissolute and so much the better for being so. Hear for yourself! Just click… right… down… there…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 235 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Eddie Kendricks — “Let Me Run Into Your Lonely Heart” — Keep On Truckin’: The Motown Solo Albums, Vol. 1

Super Wings — “Someone Will Show Me The Way” — My Love Is For You

The Jesters — “Arab” — The Surf Creature

Sharhabil Ahmed — “El Bambi” — The King Of Sudanese Jazz

The Fleshtones — “Comin’ In Dead” — Blast Off

Dennis Alcapone — “It Must Come” — Guns Don’t Argue: The Anthology ’70-77

Joey Pastrana And His Orchestra — “My Shingaling” — Broasted Or Fried: Latin Breakbeats, Basslines & Boogaloo

IT’S MADISON TIME…

SHOCK WAVES-HUMANOIDS

The Magics — “Zombie Walk” — Murder On Your Ears

THE SECOND SET

Roxy Music — “Trash” — Manifesto

Livy Ekemezie — “Friday Night” — Friday Night

Vic Pitts And The Cheaters — “Loose Boodie (Unreleased Version)” — The Lost Tapes

Đàn Bầu Việtnam — “Chinese Song” — Hồ #1 Roady Music From Viêtnam

Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant — “Cotton Pickin’” — Stratosphere Boogie: The Flaming Guitars of Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant

Joe Cuba — “Sock It To Me” — We Got Latin Soul

The Cramps — “Domino” — File Under Sacred Music: Early Singles 1978-81

Dönüşüm — “Osman Pehlivan” — Saz Beat Vol. 3: Turkish Rock, Funk, And Psychedelic Music Of The 1960s And 1970s

The Isley Brothers — “Tell Me It’s Just A Rumour Baby” — This Is Northern Soul! The Motown Sound, Vol. 1

Oriental Funk — “Come Together” — Thai Beat A Go Go Vol. 3: Groovy 60’s Sounds from the Land of Smile!

THE THIRD SET

Dave Hamilton — “The Deacons” — Dave Hamilton’s Detroit Funk

Grupo Los Caneyes — “Oye Oyea” — Revolucion! Original Cuban Funk Grooves 1967-1978

The Soulettes — “It’s Alright” — Basement Beehive: The Girl Group Underground

Los Orientales De Paramonga — “Lobos Al Escape” — Cumbías Chichadélicas (Peruvian Psychedelic Chicha)

Andre Williams & His Orchestra — “Soul Groove” — Rib Tips & Pig Snoots: Rare & Unreleased Au-Go-Go Soul 1965-1971

Les Gypsies De Petion-Ville — “Passe Le Temps” — Patience

The Enchanters — “Native Love” — Jungle Jive

Ngalle Jojo — “Ngigna Loko” — Africa Airways Six (Mile High Funk 1974-1981)

Freedom Five — “To Save My Soul” — Last of the Garage Punk Unknowns Vol. 2

THE FINAL SET

Pamelo Mounk’a — “Amour De Nombakele” — Pamelo Mounk’a

Suicide — “Keep Your Dreams” — Suicide

The Prophets — “South West Block” — King Tubby’s Prophecies Of Dub

The Velvet Underground — “Temptation Inside Your Heart” — Peel Slowly And See

Ali Hassan Kuban — “Daiman (Always Again)” — Real Nubian: Cairo Wedding Classics

Gram Parsons — “Las Vegas” — Grievous Angel

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Ennio Morricone — “Punto e basta” — Ad Ogni Costo (Grand Slam) OST

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #234 ~ 07-11-20]

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Pictured: Ennio Morricone (1928-2020).

There’s a moment in The Harder They Come when Jimmy Cliff and his fellow rude boys sit through a spaghetti western, enthralled by its images of retribution. Other people in this Kingston crowd are concentrating on the soundtrack — Ennio Morricone is the line that runs from Puccini to dub.

His western scores draw attention to the glib sentimentality of the western myth, to its shallow, ahistorical treatment of violence. But Morricone’s music meets another Brecht criterion, too: it is not just clever, it is also popular and funny. There is, unfortunately, not much other music like it. 

— Simon Frith, “Sound & Music & Film” Collusion Vol. 1 No. 1.

The Outdoor Patio™ is still off-limits, owing to a lingering whiff of tear gas. And while you might think the ongoing inconvenience might upset co-host Lee-Roy, you wouldn’t be giving the dog sufficient credit. The programmers at the Madison have organized just the thing to buoy a young pit bull’s spirits: a double bill of Russ Meyer movies! And if the Buxotics are in town, Lee-Roy cares not who writes the nation’s laws. Learn more about what ensued, specifically why Reeshard keeps antacid near the DJ booth, all without mussing your ensemble. Just click down there…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 234 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

MFSB — “Sexy” — Philadelphia International Records: 40th Anniversary

Rock Town Express — “Peaceful Solution” — Rock Town Express

The Ebb Tides — “Big Noise From Waimea” — Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar, Vol. 1: Big Noise From Waimea!

Mas Ka Kle — “Lese Yo Pale” — Sofrito: International Soundclash

Ramones — “I Just Want to Have Something to Do” — Road To Ruin

Juaneco Y Su Combo — “Un Shipibo En Espana” — Masters Of Chicha 1

Link Wray — “Run Chicken Run” — The Rumbling Guitar Sound Of Link Wray ‘58-‘62

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Max Romeo — “Wet Dream” — Trojan Box Set: X-Rated Box Set

THE SECOND SET

Jan Davis — “Snow Surfin’ Matador” — Jungle Exotica

Sharhabil Ahmed — “Argos Farfish” — The King Of Sudanese Jazz

The Easybeats — “Sorry” — Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts From The British Empire & Beyond 1964-1969

Grotto — “Wait… No Hurry” — Grotto II: ”Wait … No Hurry”

Duralcha — “Ghet-To Funk” — Eccentric Funk

The Latinaires — “Ya Llegaron” — Camel Walk

Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band — “Dirty Blue Gene” — Doc At The Radar Station

The Revolutionaries — “M.P.L.A” — Revolutionary Sounds

The Shadows — “Dance On” — Shadows Are Go!

THE THIRD SET

Willie Colon — “Skinny Papa” — El Malo

The 13th Floor Elevators — “Fire Engine” — The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators [Mono]

Koes Plus — “Kelelawar (The Bats)” — Dheg Dheg Plas Vols.1 & 2

Andre Williams & His Orchestra — “Loose Juice” — Rib Tips & Pig Snoots: Rare & Unreleased Au-Go-Go Soul 1965-1971

The Upsetters — “Upsetters Shuffle” — Lee Perry And His Upsetters Present Roaring Lion

Iggy & The Stooges — “Tight Pants” — Raw Power Sessions

Devil’s Anvil — “Shisheler” — Saz Beat: Turkish Rock, Funk, And Psychedelic Music Of The 1960s And 1970s

Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant — “Railroadin’” — Swingin’ on the Strings: The Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant Collection Vol. 2

Monomono — “Tire Loma Da Nigbehin” — Nigeria 70: The Definitive Story of 1970’s Funky Lagos

THE FINAL SET

Felix & His Fabulous Cats — “Hey Tiger” — Twistin’ Rumble Vol. 9

Shango Dance Band — “I Need Your Love” — Shango Dance Band

Vic Pitts And The Cheaters — “The Trip” — The Lost Tapes

The Techniques — “Gambling” — Techniques In Dub

The Dootones — “Ay, Si, Si” — Ai! Si! Si!: Mambo & Latin Flavoured Rhythm & Blues

Nil’s Jazz Ensemble — “Reflexions” — Peruvian Funk

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Ennio Morricone — “L’Assoulto Naturale” — L’Assoulto Naturale OST

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #233 ~ 07-04-20]

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Pictured: The Ronettes.

Cut in mono, parts of Spector’s big orchestrations were obscured or lost completely. Phil willingly parted with them. His sound was an overview, a primordial feel of joyful noise, although many technical people in the business could not comprehend it. In New York, removed from Larry Levine and his unspoken command, engineers would jump on Phil about his decibel level and the resulting distortion of sound, to little avail. “He’d say, 1 don’t care if the dials jump off the meters, I want it to sound distorted,’ ” Arnold Goland said, “so what would happen is, on the master the needle would literally jump out of the grooves, that’s how loud it was cut. Sometimes there’d be recalls on his records and he’d have to do them all over again. But he didn’t care. He was going after what he wanted.”

— Mark Ribowsky, He’s A Rebel: Phil Spector, Rock’n’Roll’s Legendary Producer.

No one could enter the Outdoor Patio™ at the Purple Bat Lounge last Saturday (it still reeked of tear gas), so the action was bottled up indoors. Feel the intensity! Smell the spilled Lee-Roy cocktails! Experience an evening on Brush St., without fear of personal harm! All by clicking immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 233 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The O’Jays — “Shiftless, Shady, Jealous Kind Of People” — Back Stabbers

Gabo Brown & Orchestre Poly-Rythmo — “It’s A Vanity” — African Scream Contest

Enchanters 4 — “Like Tuff” — Strummin’ Mental! Part 3

The Chosen Few — “Funky Buttercup” — Soul Power Funky Kingston 2: Reggae Dancefloor Grooves 1968-74

Jimmy McConville — “Scorpion” — Farrall 45rpm

Gülden Karaböcek — “Bana Gercekleri Söyle” — Psych Funk A’ La Turkish Vol. 2

The Coasters — “Bad Detective” — 50 Coastin’ Classics

Los Golden Boys — “La Negra Celina” — The Afrosound of Colombia Vol. 1

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Tornados — “Jungle Fever” — Vampires, Cowboys, Spacemen And Spooks: The Very Best Of Joe Meek’s Instrumentals

THE SECOND SET

Ron Rogers — “Yaya” — Mutant Disco #3: Garage Sale

Trio Select — “Ensemble Select En Action” — Haiti Direct: Big Band, Mini Jazz & Twoubadou Sounds 1960-1978

The Combinations — “Voodoo” — Whip! Wobble & Grind! 1962-1964

Los Ovnis De Jorge Chambergo Porta — “Corazón Herido” — Bailando Con Los Ovnis

Shoes — “Do You Wanna Get Lucky” — Black Vinyl Shoes

Inner Circle & The Fatman Riddim Section — “Fidel At The Control” — Heavyweight Dub

The Ronettes — “Keep On Dancing” — Phil Spector: Back to Mono 1958-1969

Edikanfo — “Blinking Eyes” — The Pace Setters

Wire — “Options R (5th Demo)” — Chairs Missing [Special Edition – Studio Demos]

THE THIRD SET

Trinity — “School Days Version” — Well Cha’rged Channel One

Rose Royce — “Mid Day DJ Theme” — Car Wash OST

Lisandro Meza — “Acordeon Pitador” — Rey Sabanero Del Acordeon: Folclor Costeño De Colombia

James Carpenter — “Party Time” — Dave Hamilton’s Detroit Funk

Mulatu Astatque — “Assiyo Bellema” — Assiyo Bellema: Golden Years of Modern Ethiopian Music

Sparks — “Here In Heaven” — Kimono My House

Franklin Boukaka Ses Sanzas Et Son Orchestre Congolais — “Kue Tu Kuenda (Pachanga-Lari)” — Survivance [Bolibana Collection]

The Jokers — “Moscow Guitar” — Guitar Boogie

Charanjit Singh — “Chhailla Babu [From “Chhailla Babu”, 1978]” — Jonny Trunk & Joel Martin Present Bollywood Funk Experience

Bobby Parker — “Gimme A LIttle Lovin’” — East Coast Guitar Killers Vol. 1

THE FINAL SET

The Cramps — “New Kind Of Kick” — File Under Sacred Music: Early Singles 1978-81

Salim Abdulla With The Cuban Marimba Band — “Ndio Hali Ya Dunia” — Africa Dances

Little Johnny And The Silvertones — “Rock ‘Til The End Of Time” — I Still Hate CD’s: Norton Records 45 RPM Singles Collection

Lena Lim And The Stylers — “Luna, Luna” — Singapore A-Go-Go Vol. 1

Alan Vega and Martin Rev (Suicide) — “Mr. Ray” — Suicide (Second Album)

Camilo Azuquita — “Borombon” — Panama! 2: Latin, Calypso & Funk On The Isthmus 1967-77

The Equals — “I Cant Let You Go” — Greatest Hits

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Peppermint Harris — “I Got Loaded” — Rhythm ‘N’ Blues Vol. 2

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #232 ~ 06-27-20]

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Pictured: The Bar-Kays.

Before the turn of the century – the nineteenth century, that is – there was an underground craze that swept through black America. Someone came up with a catchy AAB twelve-bar structure with melancholy melodic intervals which provided the perfect frame on which to hang lyrics about heartbreak, natural disasters, evil white bosses and every other aspect of life at the end of a century that had falsely promised a road to freedom. Blues itself was an innovative craze that swept away decades – perhaps centuries – of folk traditions. We hear echoes of what disappeared in the recordings of Henry Thomas and Charlie Patton, but it is like trying to reconstruct a Cherokee city from a few arrowheads and beads unearthed at a construction site in downtown Atlanta. The destructiveness that comes with innovation is a process as old as history.

— Joe Boyd, White Bicycles.

Another Saturday night at the Purple Bat Lounge, no less and certainly no mo’. If that’s your idea of fun, just click a few pixels below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 232 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

First Choice — “Armed And Extremely Dangerous” — Sweet Soul Music: 23 Scorching Classics From 1973

Honny & The Bees Band — “Psychedelic Woman” — Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk & Fusion In ’70s Ghana

The Majestics — “Big Noise From Makaha” — The Surf Creature

Joey Pastrana — “King Of Latin Soul” — Explosivos: Deep-Soul From The Latin Heart 1966-70

Billy Vaughn — “Boss” — Dot 45rpm

Ansel and the Meditations — “Tricked” — Jamaica Funk: Original Jamaican Funk And Soul 45s

The Gap Band — “Bad Girl” — Magicians Holiday

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Davie Allan And The Arrows — “Mind Transferral” — Savage Pencil Presents Angel Dust: Music For Movie Bikers

THE SECOND SET

Buari — “Karam Bani” — Buari

The Fleshtones — “Atom Spies” — Blast Off

Daniel Delord — “Maria” — Moris Zekler: Fuzz & Soul Sega From 70’s Mauritius

The Bar-Kays — “Knucklehead” — Sock It To ‘Em Soul: 60’s Club Soul Classics From The Vaults Of Atlantic Atco, Loma Reprise, Stax & Warner Bros. 1963-1968

Ersen — “Kara Yazi” — Love, Peace & Poetry: Turkish Psychedelic Music

Louisiana Red — “Seventh Son” — Shadrach And Boomstix!: Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 9 & 10

Perez Prado — “Estoy Acabando” — Concierto Para Bongo

Roxy Music — “The Thrill Of It All” — Country Life

Sangthong Seesai — “Luck Luck Luck” — Thai Funk ZudRangMa Vol. 2

THE THIRD SET

The Five Blue Notes — “Somethin’ Awful” — Onda 45rpm

Tommy McCook & The Supersonics — “Many Questions” — Pleasure Dub

The Modern Lovers — “She Cracked” — The Modern Lovers

Hanan Bulu Bulu — “Alamy Wa Shagiya (My Pain And Suffering) [Live]” — Two Niles To Sing A Melody: The Violins & Synths Of Sudan

Incredible Casuals — “She’s Got Tony” — Your Sounds

Armando Sciascia — “Circuito Chiuso” — Psych Funk 101: A Global Psychedelic Funk Curriculum

The Barrino Brothers — “I’ll Take My Flowers Right Now” — The Detroit Funk Vaults: Funk & Soul from Dave Hamilton 1968-1979

Moncho Leña Y Los Ases Del Ritmo (con Mon Rivera) — “Bailando Plena” — ¡Saoco! The Bomba And Plena Explosion In Puerto Rico 1954-1966

The Versatones — “Tight Skirt Tight Sweater” — Beat From Badsville, Vol. 1

Sexteto Electronico Moderno — “Soul Limbo” — Sounds From The Elegant World: Groovy Night Club Music From Uruguay (1968-71)

THE FINAL SET

Sugar And Sweet — “Do The Dive” — ‘Black’ Rock ‘n’ Roll / Savage Kick Vol. 10

Rabbit’s & Carrot’s — “Las 4 Vulturas’ — Movers!

The Cramps — “Zombie Dance” — Songs The Lord Taught Us

Sarı Zeki — “Dom Dom Kurşunu” — Uzelli Elektro Saz (1976 – 1984)

BIg Walter & The Thunderbirds — “Watusi Freeze” — Rock’N’Roll Versus Rhythm And Blues

Verckys et l´Orchestre Vévé — “Oui Verckys” — Congolese Funk, Afrobeat & Psychedelic Rumba 1969-1978

The Rolling Stones — “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)” — Goat’s Head Soup

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Houston & Dorsey — “Ebb Tide” — You’re Not From Around Here OST

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